You Can Now Shop Courteney Cox’s Home With This Exclusive Sale from One Kings Lane
Did you know that Courteney Cox wanted to be an architect before she became an actress? Obviously, her passion for design never left her, because Courteney did a killer job decorating her oceanfront home in Malibu, filling her house with a beautiful curated collection of mid-century modern furniture, glam lighting and chic global textiles. But Courteney felt like starting out the new year with a fresh start — celebs, they’re just like us! — so she paired up with One Kings Lane to sell a few favorite pieces from her home that just don’t fit into her lifestyle anymore. Yep, it’s like the coolest garage sale ever, but with stuff you’d actually want. If you love the idea of decorating your home like a celeb, you’re going to love this sale.
Don’t worry, the actress isn’t moving out of her cliffside mansion, but it’s been 10 years since she last decorated, so it was definitely time for a little refresh. According to Courteney, she’ll never move out of the house she built, but she told One Kings Lane that “a house has to reflect your personality in some way. I think all the things that I’m selling are parts of me that I’ve loved.”
When Courteney first decorated the space, she was into organic pieces with a modern edge, and now she is drawn toward older pieces with clean lines. In the exclusive Tastemaker Tag Sale on the One Kings Lane website, you’ll find mod furniture, bold lamps and decorative accessories in organic materials reflecting her Cali-cool style. From $13,000 for an outdoor table and chairs to glass vases and lamps, a lot of the pieces you’ll find are vintage, things Courtney picked up at auctions and a few things her designer custom made for her. One thing’s for certain: These are one-of-a-kind finds and they’re selling out fast.
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(Photos via Laure Joliet/One Kings Lane)